There is a reason nothing happens and it's because most companies don't care about ARM in the server space at all (including ARM themselves), they only want to use it to negotiate better discounts with intel. So far Google is the only company that has ARM based computers.
A12X (there is no A11X) is only "shut in" because it runs iOS. Other than that, it's similar in power to the chips in MacBooks.
It's starting. Cloudflare just announced this, and AWS is adding ARM-based server options.
The more interesting comparison would be to the Huawei 7nm server CPU with 8 memory channels, 2x10G, and 64 cores.
I wonder how well optimized those ARM versions are they're using. Do they even use NEON? Pretty likely x86 versions use SSE2 or AVX2.
So is that really a CPU performance benchmark or blosc2 and LZ4 library implementation quality benchmark?